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European Inventory on Validation: 2005 Update

Project scope and aims

The Inventory 2005 contains 30 national chapters (EU-25, Bulgaria, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and  Romania) which follow a common structure and report on validation practices in the public, private and voluntary sectors in Europe, 10 case-studies illustrating good practice and a number of synthesis chapters.

The aim of the 2005 European Inventory is to give a broad overview over European validation practises combined with the presentation of concrete cases supporting the exchange and development of good practises in the field. 

The European Inventory should be a tool for decision-makers and practitioners in the area of non-formal and informal learning - in different sectors; public, private and voluntary. Its aim is to become a source of information that stimulates debate and development.

 

Using the European Inventory

The European inventory contains a large amount of information on validation practices. Information has been structured so as to facilitate the search of information in it by its users. To this respect, information on validation practices is provided separately from information on examples of good practice, chapters have been organised by country and follow a common structure.

 

Full report

 

Chapters

European Inventory national chapters

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malta

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

United Kingdom

 

Individual case studies

Private sector initiatives

Voluntary sector initiatives

Corus Group (Netherlands)

Scouting Gelderland (Netherlands)

EEDE (Greece)

Recreational Activity Study Book: Youth Academy (Finland)

Cork Institute of Technology (Ireland)

Record book for young people (Slovenia)

ELBUS (Norway)

 

Koskisen Oy (Finland)

 

Cockerill Sambre (Belgium)

 

Education and Training Service Centre (Iceland)